Welcome to our site where you will find creatively designed orange primary bedrooms. Orange is a color that is often associated with optimism and energy. Whether you want to go bold or more subtle with accents, we have some options for you to consider. If you’re looking to get energized or excited by your design, then you may want to consider the color orange.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Tangerine Dream Bedroom
There are so many different shades of orange and this primary bedroom features many of them. A bright tangerine paint on the walls is paired with white flooring and moulding. The upholstered beige bed has a peach tone comforter and orange throw pillows layered on top. Organic wood touches such as the carved piece above the bed and the bamboo desk and chair, compliment the color tones of this beautiful bedroom.
2. Bold Orange Bedroom
A bold orange hue takes center stage in this laid back and relaxed bedroom. A tube-like fireplace is placed in corner of the bedroom and pops off the strong wall hue. The bed is minimal in design as is the muted maroon area rug layered underneath. Wall shelves and art adorn the wall and neutral drapes and flooring balance out the strong walls.
3. Muted Orange Accented Bedroom
This bedroom has muted orange tones mixed with natural woods and colors to create a light bohemian stye design. White picture-frame moulding on the walls paired with light wood floors creates the perfect backdrop for the multi-print bedding and throw pillows. Semi-sheer drapes adorn the window and allow some light to stream in to create a bright and peaceful bedroom.
4. Modern Monochromatic Orange Bedroom
Abstract art and orange accents dictate this monochromatic modern primary bedroom. Matching white nightstands and small table lamps flank the platform bed with orange pillow and blanket accents. A bold abstract print hangs above the bed and windows on both sides provide natural light to stream through for added brightness.
5. Maximalist Muted Orange Bedroom
Maximal style dictates this textured and patterned primary bedroom. A muted orange and white stripe ceiling makes a bold impact and contrasts against the pale peach walls. The traditional bed frame with green and white toile matches the custom drapes in same fabric. Muted orange accents on the bed and yellow upholstered stools are placed at the foot of bed. A small writing desk and chair are place on the right side of the bed for functional use of space and a beautiful green chandelier hangs in the center and pops off the stripe ceiling.
- Photographer: Michael Rodenbush
6. Modern Tangerine Influenced Bedroom
Cool shades of tangerine and orange blend well together with the pale pink platform bed and matching nightstands. A unique black, white and taupe painting hangs above the bed and is framed by bamboo that continues over the bed itself to create a canopy style. Custom white and tangerine colored drapes adorn the window and the white flooring blends well with the overall modern design.
7. Soft Orange Transitional Bedroom
This transitional primary bedroom features a white bed and a black chair and ottoman to create a seating area in the corner. Stripe roman shades adorn the two windows across from the white platform bed and custom drapes that match the walls, adorn the sliding door. Matching white nightstands and chrome lamps flank the bed with nature are hanging above.
8. Orange Accent Wall Bedroom
A bright orange accent wall makes a bold statement in this minimal modern bedroom. Lucite nightstands flank the pale gray upholstered bed, and stripe orange bedding adds a pop of texture and pattern. A small decorative mirror hangs above the white wall shelf and gray wall-to-wall carpet creates warmth.
9. Cozy Peach Children’s Bedroom
This cozy peach-tone children’s bedroom features lovely pink floral drapes on the windows that contrast against the pale peach walls. Light neutral carpet and white furniture create a cozy and peaceful place for your child to play and sleep.
10. Gray & Orange Contemporary Bedroom
Floral wallpaper and bold orange accents dictate this contemporary semi-glam style bedroom. A decorative arched brown & white trim bed is placed against the floral accent wallpaper. The remaining walls are painted in a medium gray tone and framed prints of shells are hung in a gallery-like fashion on the walls. Matching wood nightstands and silver & black lamps flank the bed to create a cozy and contemporary design.
11. Bohemian Pink & Orange Bedroom
Pink hues pair beautifully with rich orange tones in this charming bohemian bedroom. A neutral print area rug is layered under the white wicker bed which has a deep orange/rust comforter. A large woven pendant light hangs in the center over the bed and coastal art is framed and hangs on the muted pink walls.
12. Relaxed Orange Textured Bedroom
This primary bedroom features a textured orange ceiling and wall, and paired with retro modern style wallpaper. The room boasts hardwood floors and a large white bed set and a widescreen TV set on the wall.
- Designed by Archcore
13. Rustic Orange Bedroom
Rustic exposed beams, textured pale orange walls and Mexican tile floor combine to create an eclectic primary bedroom. The room features a large cozy bed with matching small wood nightstands and a round accent rug to warm up the cold tiles. A wood desk faces the wall to left of the window which creates a simple office space.
- Designed by ESPACIOS Y LUZ FOTOGRAFÍA
14. Two-Tone Orange Bedroom
This spacious relaxed primary bedroom features two-tone orange paint on the walls with a shed ceiling and exposed beams. The two accent walls are saturated in a deep orange and tangerine color and play-off the natural wood beams and neutral carpet. White shag area rugs are layered throughout for a cozy feel and custom semi-sheer roman shades adorn the windows to let light in.
- Designed by Inmobiliaria Bonnin Sanso
15. Bold Luxe Orange Bedroom
Luxury and bold color dictate this modern primary bedroom. Saturated in bold orange hues and muted gray tones, this modern bedroom features a two-tone rug that is layered under the custom lacquered bed. Orange lacquered nightstands flank the bed along with large chrome table lamps for task lighting. A bold orange accent wall is the focal point for the bed, while gray textured walls face the opposite sides for contrast.
Why Paint Your Bedroom Orange?
Orange is a bright and cheerful color to use in a primary bedroom design. The ability to incorporate so many different hues of orange, as well as other colors, make orange a delight to work with.
Orange also works for many design styles because of its versatility. Brighter bold oranges attract attention while softer shades will be comforting and even soothing. However you decide to use orange, you will be pleased with the options available to tie the room together.
Check out our photo gallery of orange primary bedroom designs for more ideas on how to use orange in your bedroom.
Working with Orange
Orange as a wall color can quickly become troublesome. Painting the entire room in a bold orange will make the room feel smaller and more enclosed. To open the room up with orange, you should try an accent wall.
Using white as the primary color and one wall in the orange shade of your choice really opens up the possibilities when picking accent pieces. You can even use horizontal stripes to give the orange an extra wow factor.
Picking the right shade is fairly simple with orange. All shades of orange work fairly well together, as long as you blend the color palette and don’t use one extreme with the other. Mid-tones work best for accents like curtains and throw pillows.
How to Accent With Orange
We ran an analysis of 332061 primary bedrooms. What we found was that 1.21% of these primary bedrooms used orange in their design. Experimentation can go a long way. Choosing earthy tones will give you a palette of fall colors that orange works very nice in.
Orange throw pillows and bed coverings will bring the room together and have a nice aesthetic appeal. Bedside tables, nightstands, and lamps that have orange tones will really compliment an accent wall.
Design Styles Orange Works With
Orange won’t work with every style or theme out there. Traditional themes and Beach styles, for example, won’t utilize orange very well as these are usually done with blues and greens which contrast orange.
Country and contemporary styles will use orange without any fuss. Their bold statements and daring design features beg to be accentuated with the orange spectrum. These themes work best with orange as an accent color or a primary color. With a little planning though, you can use orange to its full potential.
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